Professional grade mount for Garmin Edge GPS computers. Sleek design and placement of the computer enhances the use of the Garmin Edge 200, 500 & 800 models.
K-EDGE's Computer Mount ensures success and security of the computer through three locking points, CNC-machined out of a single piece of aluminum. The definitive click gives the user the confidence to focus on the ride, not their computer mount.
The K-EDGE Computer Mount positions the Garmin computer display below the top of the handlebars, centered and in-front of the stem. This gives the user an improved ergonomic view of the display from their position on the bike and a wind-cheating, sleek cockpit.
Unique design is adjustable for the smaller Garmin Edge 200 and 500 models or the larger 800 model.
Made in the USA
CNC Machined 6061 T6 Aluminum
Compatibility: Garmin Edge 800, 500, and 200 GPS Bicycle Computers
Fits 31.8mm diameter handlebars
Powerful clamping via all metal bolt/mount system
Manufacturer lifetime guarantee - if you break it, they will replace it
Weight: 30g (includes bolts, clamp and mount)
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Q: Is this compatible with the Edge 510 as well as the 500?
A: Yup! This is compatible with the Garmin Edge 500 series as a whole.
I absolutely love the fact that I can see my Garmin Edge 500 out in front of me while riding. The K-Edge puts my Edge 500 right out in front of me while attacking climbs or sprinting to the finish. Either way, when you are out of the saddle, the K-Edge Garmin Mount is just what you need when you want to see your stats in a full-board effort. I have to admit, and this is the reason why only give this a 4-star review, the price deterred me for 6 months from pulling the trigger on this well thought-out mount. It wasn’t until I found a deal on Chainlove.com that I pulled the trigger. I also would like to share that the bottom screw holding the mount came loose once or twice. Not a big deal, I added some grease to help hold it in place. If you’re like me, and you’re trying to set Personal Records on Strava or any other App, you are probably looking at your GPS device to give you guidance on how you should be applying effort. Having your Garmin out in front of you in plain sight and not having to look too far down is of great value when trying to attack.